Energy Trade Surveillance Solutions, 2023: Market and Vendor Landscape


Global energy markets have increased in significance due to a combination of factors that include the COVID-19 pandemic and recent geopolitical events. Energy markets pose distinctive challenges that stem mainly from factors such as the complexity of the market, large volumes of data, cross-market trading and international dynamics. The heterogeneity of energy markets further complicates surveillance efforts, as there is no single ‘energy market’, but rather a network of interconnected and specialized ones. These challenges are amplified by the multi-faceted nature of energy commodities (electricity, natural gas and oil) and the intricacy of some financial instruments.

The market for energy trading surveillance solutions, though small, is expanding as specialist vendors emerge, catering to diverse geographies and market specifics. These vendors, which originate from various sectors, contribute further to the market’s complexity, offering tailored solutions for the unique challenges posed by energy trading. Regional specialization, regulatory nuances and the intricate nature of energy markets necessitate specialized surveillance tools. Crucially, as the industry navigates unprecedented volatility, the demand for sophisticated surveillance solutions is likely to fuel growth in this market.

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